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ST. GEORGE'S LODGE, No. 624. THE Brethren of this Lodge assembled on Monday the 21st Instant, when Brother Henbv Johnson

ST. GEORGE'S LODGE, No. 624. THE Brethren of this Lodge assembled on Monday the 21st Instant, when Brother Henbv Johnson

was installed W.M., and appointed thefollowing Officers: John Walker Mayson, Prov. S.G.D. as P.M.; James Lambe Barker, S.W.; Robert Turner, J.W.; John Philipson, Treasurer ; John Cunningham Trotter, Secretary; Matthew Muers, S.D.; Todd Philipson, J.D. ; Henry Norman Davidson, J.
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
SHIP OWNERS. SHIP under Bond. - O SAL E, DANTZIC FIR TIMBER and DEALS. QUEBEC OAK, ELM, & YELLOW PINE.

SHIP OWNERS. SHIP under Bond. - O SAL E, DANTZIC FIR TIMBER and DEALS. QUEBEC OAK, ELM, & YELLOW PINE.

JOHN HAY WILSON & CO., 33, Quayside. IjU TT'OR SALE BY PRIVATE CON- TRACT, the fine fast sailing Copper- fastened Snow SUSAN, of this Port, 207 . Tons Register, 0.M., makes out Tons of Coals at moderate Draught of Water, and has delivered Leads Timber ; just out of Dock after a
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BETT'S PATENT BRANDY.—It cannot be denied that the Bulk of the British Population were, for a long Period of Time,

BETT'S PATENT BRANDY.—It cannot be denied that the Bulk of the British Population were, for a long Period of Time,

impressed with the Belief, that Brandy could be valuable but that imported from Prance. This Feeling, created Habit, and fostered by the manifest Defects in the Spirit produced this Country, continued unchanged until Ten or Twelve Years ago, when the PATENT BRANDY was first intr
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A rumour was circulated in London few days ago, to the effect that Pekin, the capital of the Celestial Empire,

A rumour was circulated in London few days ago, to the effect that Pekin, the capital of the Celestial Empire,

had been taken by the British Forces. The news was said to have come overland to St. Petersburgh, and thence to mercantile house in Liverpool. On inquiry, however, it was discovered that the extent of the intelligence had been much over-stated, and that, in fact, all that could
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Some well-intentioned individuals, both lay and clerical, having recently meditated revisal of the Articles and Liturgy of the Church of

Some well-intentioned individuals, both lay and clerical, having recently meditated revisal of the Articles and Liturgy of the Church of

England, it may be well to lay before them the opinion entertained by the Lord Primate of Ireland, who was lately memorialized upon the subject by the Clergy of the Tuam Diocese. The Right Rev. Prelate observes, in reply to the Address presented to him : " With respect to change
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 

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SCOTTISH Fund) ASSURANCE 0 SOCIETY, Head OJice,—o, ST. ANDREW SQUARE, SPECIAL NOTICE. Parties desirous effecting Insurances their Lives are reminded

SCOTTISH Fund) ASSURANCE 0 SOCIETY, Head OJice,—o, ST. ANDREW SQUARE, SPECIAL NOTICE. Parties desirous effecting Insurances their Lives are reminded

of the great Benefits to be derived by those joining this Society WITHIN THE CURRENT YEAR. December, 1840. CHAS. BERTRAM, Agent. NEW CHURCH, BIRTLEY. MONDAY, January 4, a PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Three Tuns Inn, Birtley- Lane, to take into Consideration the Propriety o
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MISS KITTERIDGE'S ESTABLISHMENT will Re-open after tbe Christmas Vacation, on Monday the 1 \th of January, 1841. Scripture History, Geography,

MISS KITTERIDGE'S ESTABLISHMENT will Re-open after tbe Christmas Vacation, on Monday the 1 \th of January, 1841. Scripture History, Geography,

Use of the Globes, and General Knowledge, taught Dr. Lockiiart Writing and Arithmetic Do. Do. French (Three Lessons Week,) Fivas Italian Do. Do. Music Mr. lons Drawing Messrs. Richardson Dancing Mr. Kini.ocii. Young Ladies not attending other Schools, are permitted to join any o
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
MICHAEL PATERSON, DRAPER, 53, BONDGA TE-STREET, ALNWICK, BEGS to announce tliat he has just received large Supply of PRIME BLANKETS

MICHAEL PATERSON, DRAPER, 53, BONDGA TE-STREET, ALNWICK, BEGS to announce tliat he has just received large Supply of PRIME BLANKETS

at greatly Re duced Prices. Also, PILOT CLOTHS, BATH BEA VERS, CHECK CLOAKINGS, and Variety of other Articles in the Drapery Business, suitable for the pre sent Season—Alnwick, Dec. 23, 1840. BRITANNIA HOUSE, MARKET-STREET, NEWCASTLE-VPON-TYNE, (next door but one to the fah-kame
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
I TO BE LET BY And Entered upon tWT3th next, HORTFLAT FARM, the Parish of Bolam, k-J Northumberland, containing about

I TO BE LET BY And Entered upon tWT3th next, HORTFLAT FARM, the Parish of Bolam, k-J Northumberland, containing about

Acres in Grass, and now the Occupation of Mr. John Pearson. A Servant at Shortflat Tower wiJl show the Farm, and Proposals for taking the same may be sent to Mr. P. Ellison's Office, in the Arcade, Newcastle, until the 23rc Day of January, 1841. TO LET. Aud Entered upon at May-D
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
LET, THE LEADING of the COALS the ling worth Railway, with Horses, from tl) Inclined Plane, near YVallsend, to the

LET, THE LEADING of the COALS the ling worth Railway, with Horses, from tl) Inclined Plane, near YVallsend, to the

River Tyne. Particulars may be had at the Killingworth Office, wher Tenders will be received until the 30th Inst. ON SALE, IJETERSBURGH Y. C. TALLOW. DO CLEAN, ) DO OUT SHOT, {-HEMP „ HALF-CLEAN, DO NINE POUND KIPS. Apply to BELL & MARSIIALLS. South Shields " NEWTON ESTATE. TO B
December 26, 1840 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England